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American History

 

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Norman L

 

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March 9, 2015

 

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402). Thirteen miles across the English Channel, the embattled Germans gathered behind their own defensive barriers. It would be the last chance for Hitler to salvage his crumbling empire. Germany had known that an Allied invasion of northern France was inevitable ever since the United States entered the war...
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During 1943 and 1944, the Germans constructed the "Atlantic Wall" to repel the attack. The Germans placed mines on the beaches and in the coastal waters. Jagged wooden logs and metal stakes, all topped with mines; were all along the shores. Mortars and machine guns were in position on the bluffs over looking the beaches (Vail, 1991, p...
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